|Poor Mrs. Clinton.|
When Hillary Clinton opens her mouth , it seems trouble follows . I compare the case with Sarah Palin who spoke many outrageous words during her run for the Vice- Presidency , and afterword . Seems both women share the same fate. Usually for me I would never cast my vote for Mrs. Clinton , and we are damn lucky that she never became President , so we ended up with the alternative of the two evils : Barack Obama.While many have viewed former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton‘s recent flubs in TV and radio interviews as a black mark on her chances of becoming the first female president, Mrs. Clinton has a rather long history of flubs, many of which were during the Presidency of her husband Bill . I recollect when Mr. Clinton put her in charge of the Health Care issue she gave many unconvincing speeches that lead to her healthcare defeat , her mishandling of the whole thing for the latter part of Bill Clinton's presidency she became rather a silent first lady . When it’s something said in passing, it’s hard to tell if the person just misspoke, or if it’s really a case where an eminent public figure genuinely has no idea what they’re talking about. I've seen it in many press conferences when a public figure makes an ass out of his/her self . The recent flub on (2) . Clinton's wealth issue in reality is no big deal , but are we to hearken to the lefts attack on Mitt Romney ? Remember that Romney who is ultra rich was pretty much as being out of touch with reality. The Clinton's are as FAR as we know they are no poor fellow's friend,the wealth factor is vary problematic for me. There ARE NOT any ELECTED officials whom came to office with out a chuck barrel full of money . The vary rich in America are the ones who can run and hold any office in the United States . Most of them are outta touch with us , example all the rich Congress men/ women we elect . ( Both Parties) is astonishing ! (1) . Bill and Hillary Clinton weren't 'dead broke' for very long at all after leaving the White House, it was revealed Thursday.The Washington power couple has made more than $155 million since 2001, according to financial disclosure statements, making them richest, living first family in America. In an interview with ABC's Diane Sawyer that aired on Monday night, Hillary Clinton said that she and her husband were charging $200,000 on average for speeches because they were seeped in debt when they came out of the White House. HOWEVER Mrs. Clinton could not keep her mouth shut she keep revealing how rich she really is , (3) . Mrs. Clinton tried to walk it back earlier this week during an interview with PBS's Gwen Ifill. "My in artful use of those few words doesn't change who I am, what I've stood for my entire life, what I stand for today," she said. But that same day, her husband may have accidentally worsened the damage while praising $500 "Shinola" wrist watches made in Detroit. "I bought 14 of them..." he told an interviewer. "...in two different runs I bought five at Christmas and nine when I was there, and I just give them away and hope that I'll make you more customers.
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(1). Mrs. Clinton said in the interview: 'We came out of the White House not only dead broke, but in debt,' Clinton said. 'We had no money when we got there, and we struggled to, you know, piece together the resources for mortgages, for houses, for Chelsea's education.' 'You know, it was not easy.' (2) .Hillary Clinton has made roughly $5 million in speeches since leaving the State Department last year, and she had made more than $16 million in advances for her two memoirs, In Living History, 2003, and Hard Choices, 2014.She also earned approximately $2 million during her second career, first as United States Senator and later Secretary of State.Bill has also accrued $2.6 million of his White House pension.Together, the couple has a net worth of $100 million or more. (3). I wish I could make the same deal as a writer as Mrs. Clinton did , here is a total sum of her book deal . Not much poverty here: Hillary Clinton has redistributed $14 million dollars from Simon & Schuster to herself. That’s how much they paid her in advance for her book deal. The publisher shipped one million copies of the book to retailers in advance of the publication date but have only sold 60,000copies ( 24,000 ebooks).